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Spain Travel Information

The exuberance of the Spaniards and the glorious predictability of the summer weather have been attracting refugees from northern Europe's damp and clammy lands for decades, but Spain is much more than the Costa del Sol and warm English beer.

It is drenched in the historical pageantry of empire and conquistadors, the artistic legacy of Goya, Velázquez, Picasso and Dalí, and the romance of Don Quijote, Papa Hemingway and the International Brigades.

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Get a quote on a all types of holidays to Spain with Hessle Travel, from city breaks and escorted tours to lakes and mountains and flights.
Spain - Favorite Holiday, Flight and City Break Destinations

To experience Spain is to feel the passionate pulse of a spectacular country contoured by steep mountains, lush valleys, ash blonde beaches, picturesque harbours, trout rich torrents and shaded, rural retreats.

Please find below detailed information for some of the main holiday and city break destinations on the Spanish mainland.


Holiday Resorts


Main Spanish Areas and Cities

Please find above links to some of the popular holiday and flight destinations in Spain.  There you will find more detailed information regarding these destinations.  What to do, what to see and how to get there.

Spain Travel and Flight Information

How to Get there
Convinient departures from all over the UK to anywhere in Spain or its islands. By Schedule flights you can fly with Ibreria,  British Airways, BMI British Midland and Monarch Crown Scheduled service with daytime flights. All these can be booked here online at Hessle Travel.

When To Go
The ideal months to visit are May, June and September (plus April and October in the south). At these times you can rely on good weather, yet avoid the sometimes extreme heat - and the main crush of Spanish and foreign tourists.

That said, there's decent weather in some parts of Spain virtually year-round. Winter along the southern and southeastern Mediterranean coasts is mild, while in the height of summer you can retreat to the northwest, or to beaches or high mountains anywhere, if you need to get away from excessive heat.

If you want to make sure you hit some parties, the best festivals are concentrated between Semana Santa (the week leading up to Easter Sunday) and September.


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